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Two pupils sent to hospital after Alford school bus window smash

Two pupils from John Spendluffe Technology College have been sent to hospital ‘as a precaution’ after a school bus window was smashed by a branch this morning (Thursday).

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Monks' Dyke Tennyson College. EMN-150104-150631001

BREAKING: Major shake-up for Louth’s secondary education

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Young carers and staff at Cordeaux Academy.

Young Carers award for Cordeaux Academy

Cordeaux Academy has been presented with a bronze award for their work in supporting young carers at the school, and ensuring that they don’t miss out on receiving on education.

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Teachers union fears that Lincolnshire schools will see budgets slashed by over £44 million by 2020

Teachers union fears that Lincolnshire schools will see budgets slashed by over £44 million by 2020

A national teachers trade union says Lincolnshire schools will be 44,975,691 worse off by 2019/20 than they were in 2015/16.

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The John Spendluffe Technology College in Alford. ANL-170420-120707001

£100k grant for technical college in Alford

A technical college in Alford has received a £100,000 grant to improve school buildings.

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Almost 95% of Lincolnshire children get first-choice primary school

The vast majority (94.3 per cent) of Lincolnshire children have been given a place at their primary school of choice through the admissions system this year.

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The home-made posies.

Kidgate Academy pupils treat their mums

Reception children at Kidgate Primary Academy held a special tea party for their special ladies as part of Mother’s Day celebrations on March 24.

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Bill Lord allows full-time staff to have an extra day off each year and part-time staff, a morning (BBC Look North)

Lincolnshire headteacher gives ‘duvet days’ for staff in effort to look after teachers

Teachers at a primary school in Lincolnshire are being offered a “duvet day” by the headteacher in an effort to hire and retain staff.

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‘Area of Sanctuary’ group spreads the word at Louth school

On Wednesday March 29, the founder of the East Lindsey Area of Sanctuary (ELAoS) organisation spoke at the Sixth Form assembly at King Edward VI 
Grammar School.

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Older mums are better mums says new study

Older mums are better mums says new study

Older women make better mums with their children displaying fewer behavioural, social and emotional difficulties, a new study reveals.

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Unfair funding formula threatens Wolds schools, says RSN

Rural Services Network claims children attending rural schools are ‘losing out’

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Are you smarter than an 11 year old? Find out by taking the tes

11 PLUS QUIZ: Are you smarter than an 11 year old?

New research has revealed just 16% of parents score full marks in an 11 Plus quiz.

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Monks' Dyke Tennyson College in Louth.

‘War of words’ over the future of Louth secondary schools

A war of words broke out between school leaders earlier this week, after the Department for Education (DfE) threw out proposals for King Edward VI Education Trust to sponsor Monks’ Dyke Tennyson College (MDTC).

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Ninety per cent of Lincolnshire children get ‘first choice’ secondary school

The vast majority of more than 7,900 Lincolnshire children starting at secondary school will receive an offer of a place at their ‘first preference’ school this year.

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Pupils at Lacey Gardens Junior School, Louth.

Lacey Gardens pupils support Nepal school

The school council at Lacey Gardens Junior School organised a book collection for a library at a Nepalese school, through the charity ‘Lincs2Nepal’.

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Kidgate Primary Academy in Louth. EMN-150116-152531001

Louth children ‘sign and sing’ for the deaf

Children at Kidgate Primary Academy have joined other pupils across the county by ‘signing and singing’ this week to support vulnerable deaf children and adults.

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Mr Siddle, head teacher at St Margaret's CE Primary School in Withern.

‘Good’ Ofsted for St Margaret’s, Withern

St Margaret’s CE Primary School in Withern has maintained its ‘good’ Ofsted rating following its first inspection report in more than five years.

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English University offering £15k grant to study PHD in chocolate

English University offering £15k grant to study PHD in chocolate

A university is seeking doctoral candidates to undertake a PHD - in CHOCOLATE.

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Daniel Allen, Ben Payne and Lewys Whitfield with their homemade turbine, alongside Michelle James and Laura Peach.

Turbines in a spin at Cordeaux ‘STEM’ day

Young students in Louth have put their engineering minds to the test as part of an exciting ‘STEM’ event day at Cordeaux.

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Body cameras: coming to a school near you soon

Body cameras: coming to a school near you soon

The use of body cameras by front line police and other uniformed enforcement agencies is increasing at an unstoppable rate both in the US and UK.

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